Castle Available: Nicolas Cage unloads historic property

  • October 15, 2009 18:26

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Nicolas Cage's Midford Castle in Somerset, which is built in the shape of an ace of clubs, has an offer of £3.5 million.
Daily Mail

He is one of Hollywood's most bankable stars, but it seems Oscar-winner Nicolas Cage's Midas touch doesn't extend to his own finances. The actor faces claims for millions of dollars in unpaid taxes. Cage, 45, is selling his vast property portfolio, and the latest to be unloaded is Midford Castle, a mock-gothic folly, built in the shape of the ace of clubs, in Somerset, U.K. A low-ball offer of £3.5 million has already come in...

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